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@INPROCEEDINGS{ZopfPeyrardEckle_Kohler2016hMDS,
     author = {Zopf, Markus and Peyrard, Maxime and Eckle{-}Kohler, Judith},
      month = dec,
      title = {The Next Step for Multi-Document Summarization: A Heterogeneous Multi-Genre Corpus Built with a Novel Construction Approach},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics},
       year = {2016},
      pages = {1535-1545},
  publisher = {The COLING 2016 Organizing Committee},
   location = {Osaka, Japan},
        url = {http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/C/C16/C16-1145.pdf},
   abstract = {Research in multi-document summarization has focused on newswire corpora since the early beginnings. However, the newswire genre provides genre-specific features such as sentence position which are easy to exploit in summarization systems. Such easy to exploit genre-specific features are available in other genres as well. We therefore present the new hMDS corpus for multi-document summarization, which contains heterogeneous source documents from multiple text genres, as well as summaries with different lengths. For the construction of the corpus, we developed a novel construction approach which is suited to build large and heterogeneous summarization corpora with little effort. The method reverses the usual process of writing summaries for given source documents: it combines already available summaries with appropriate source documents. In a detailed analysis, we show that our new corpus is significantly different from the homogeneous corpora commonly used, and that it is heterogeneous along several dimensions. Our experimental evaluation using well-known state-of-the-art summarization systems shows that our corpus poses new challenges in the field of multi-document summarization. Last but not least, we make our corpus publicly available to the research community at the corpus web page https://github.com/AIPHES/hMDS.}
}